Sow Bug

#5488 I live in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. I have tons of these in my basement and garage. They are under the rugs and up the walls. Don’t quite look like carpet beetle larvae to me.  I call them trilobites.   Thanks  Eric 
This is a terrestrial crustacean in the order Isopoda. Commonly known as sowbugs, pillbugs, roly polys, slaters, etc., they are for the most harmless scavengers on decomposing organic matter, but they may become nuisance pests when they occur indoors. As they breathe through gills that must be kept moist, they can only persist in damp/humid environments, so moisture management is key to their control. Ed Saugstad, retired entomologist; Sinks Grove, WV